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Sony, Latin Music Star Hit With Copyright, Contract Suit

Law360, Miami (September 2, 2016, 10:32 PM EDT) -- Latin Grammy Award-winner Luny and a Puerto Rico-based music production company have filed a multicount, multimillion-dollar federal lawsuit against Sony Music Entertainment and fellow Reggaeton musician Yandel for alleged copyright infringement and breach of several working agreements.

The complaint, filed Thursday in Miami by Luny, whose real name is Francisco Saldana Fernandez, and production studio LT's Benjamin Records Inc., composes a score of repeated broken promises, in which Yandel allegedly agreed to various music projects but instead accepted — or even misappropriated — the work of the producer plaintiffs but did not follow through on his end of the bargains....

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September 1, 2016

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